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  1. Death Adder (Killer Snakes) by Lincoln James, 2011-01
  2. Death Adder (Killer Snakes) by Lincoln James, 2011-01
  3. Elapidae by Common Name: Egyptian Cobra, Deaf Adder, Harlequin Snake, Black Snake, Death Adder, Copperhead, Asp, Candy Stick, Monocled Cobra
  4. Colubridae by Common Name: Cobra, Thunder Snake, False Coral, Deaf Adder, Green Tree Snake, Black Moccasin, Rattlesnake Pilot, Chain Snake
  5. Death Adder / V¡boras De La Muerte (Killer Snakes / Serpientes Asesinas) by Lincoln James, 2011-01
  6. Novel genes continue to enhance population growth in adders (Vipera berus) [An article from: Biological Conservation] by T. Madsen, B. Ujvari, et all 2004-11-01
  7. The life-story of the adder by Norman Morrison, 1924
  8. Die Giftschlangen Europas und die Gattung Vipera in Afrika und Asien by Peter Brodmann, 1987

1. - How Long Do Death Adder Snakes Live For
Reptiles question How long do death adder snakes live for? Between 810 years I suppose

2. - Were Do Adder Snakes Live
Can you answer this question? Answer it or get updates discuss research share Facebook Twitter Search Related answers How long do death adder snakes live for? Between 810

3. Adder - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Adder may refer to Snakes Any of several groups of venomous snakes of the Viperidae family including Vipera berus, the common European adder, found in Europe and northern Asia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Adder (snake) Jump to: navigation search Adder may refer to: Snakes: Other: This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title.
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4. Yellow-Bellied Sea Snake Pictures
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5. Adder Snakes Can Be Found Worldwide
Adder Poisonous snake of the viper family. In Great Britain the only venomous snake is the adder. Adult can usually recover from the effects of its bite.
Adder snakes can be found worldwide Adder Poisonous snake of the viper family. In Great Britain the only venomous snake is the adder. Adult can usually recover from the effects of its bite. In Africa are found the related puff and night adder. The names puff adder and spreading adder are sometimes applied to the harmless hog-nosed snake of North America . The death adder of Australia and the Krait of India, which is often called the Blue adder, are related to the Cobra . Other animal pictures Need more info type in animal name then put info at the end Need more pictures type in animal name then put pics at the end Return to Animal Pictures at Animal Trial

6. HowStuffWorks "Adder"
Adder is often used as an alternative term for viper. Learn more about the term adder at HowStuffWorks.; HowStuffWorks
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    Animal Face Off Videos Adder, the name of several snakes, including many European vipers and harmless North American snakes. The common adder is another name for the common European viper. Also called adder is the copperhead. Puff adder is a name applied to the true puff adder and to the harmless hognose snake. The milk snake sometimes is called an adder; the water moccasin, the water adder. Night adders form a genus of primitive true vipers. These nocturnal snakes live in Africa south of the Sahara. The death adder of Australia is a venomous snake that resembles a viper. The four species of night adders form the genus Causus of the viper family, Viperidae. The death adder is Acanthophis antarcticus of the cobra and coral snake family, Elapidae. Most adders are in the family Viperidae. The European viper is classified as Vipera berus. The puff adder is Bitis arietans. The death adder belongs to the family Elapidae. It is classified as Acanthophis antarcticus. Hognose snakes belong to the family Colubridae and the genus Heterodon.

7. Adder Or Viper - Vipera Berus
Identification, reassurance that bites are rarely fatal, and advice on immobilisation.
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Adder or Viper - Vipera berus - Native Identification Reptile - Venomous Snake Distinct "V" or "X" shaped marking on head, also occasionally described as a "M" or "H" shape. Vertically slit pupil Dorsal surface and flanks, Very characteristic indented or zigzag stripe on the back, flanks usually have a row of dark oval spots. The background colour is variable, from whitish or pale grey through yellows and to brown or brick red. May appear very dark before skin shedding (sloughing) Ventral surface, usually black, though may appear grey/brown of bluish.
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Some colour variation occurs, the most distinctive features of the Adder are the dark or black zigzag stripe along its back and its squat or heavy bodied appearance. Length: Typically males reach 60 cm Females 75 cm in the UK. It is often stated by observers that Adders appear larger than they actually are. Sexing Males typically have a grey, creamy white or steely grey background colour. Females range from browns and yellows to brick red. Females are larger than Males.

8. Promiscuity In Sand Lizards (Lacerta Agilis) And Adder Snakes (Vipera Berus): Ca
Authors M. Olsson, T. Madsen. Citations 11 Promiscuity in Sand Lizards (Lacerta agilis) and Adder Snakes (Vipera berus) Causes and Consequences (Citations 11)
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Promiscuity in Sand Lizards (Lacerta agilis) and Adder Snakes (Vipera ... Edit Promiscuity in Sand Lizards (Lacerta agilis) and Adder Snakes (Vipera berus): Causes and Consequences Citations: 12 M. Olsson T. Madsen genetic variability exhibited by our study populations may have facilitated detection of genetic benefits compared to more outbred ones. However, recent work derived from outbred populations in other taxa suggest a greater generality of the principles we discuss than previously may have been appreciated. View or Download The following links allow you to view and download full papers. These links are maintained by other sources not affiliated with Microsoft Academic Search. Reference

9. Forestry Commission - Adder
Information on adders. The adder is the only venomous snake native to Britain. Adders have the most highly developed venom injecting mechanism of all snakes, but they are not

10. HowStuffWorks "Puff Adder"
The puff adder is a venomous snake found in Africa and the Arabian peninsula. Learn more about the puff adder at HowStuffWorks.; HowStuffWorks
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11. The Puff Adder: Africa's Most Dangerous Snake
The Puff Adder's long fangs, potent venom, bad temper, reluctance to flee and willingness to bite make it a formidable danger to the populace of Africa.

12. Adder Snakes Of Britain - Web -
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13. How To Recognise Adders
How to recognise adders, other snakes and snakelike animals
About Adders
A male Adder
A female Adder
Click on either of the images above for more Adder pictures (these may take some time to download) Adders can be variable in colour, but typically the background colour differs in males and females. Males tend towards a grey, whitish, occasionally yellowish colour. The contrast with the black markings can make them appear almost silver. The females tend to be brownish with considerable variation of shade and occasional hints of red or yellow although in the latter case always a much darker shade than the males.
Both sexes are similarly marked. Typically these markings are very pronounced and extremely easy to identify, consisting of a heavy dark zigzag pattern down the back with dark spots in rows on the flanks. At the back of the head there is a heavy V or X shaped marking and a dark band running from behind each eye. The young are coloured and marked much like adult females.
Although Adders are rather stocky snakes they are not very big, seldom exceeding 60 cms in length, the males being slightly shorter. The head shape is notably different from the other British snakes being rather broad and angular with an upturned snout.

14. YouTube - A Speech About Adder Snakes By Bavesh
A speech about Adder Snakes by my son Bavesh

15. Nature Trivia, Spreading Adder
The Hognose Snake Mimicry in the “Spreading Adder” Many people have heard of the “spreading adder.” The name comes from the disturbed snake’s

16. Texas Snake Pictures
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17. Heterodon Platirhinos - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Eastern Hognose Snake (Heterodon platirhinos) is a harmless colubrid species found in North America. No subspecies are currently recognized .
Heterodon platirhinos
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Eastern Hognose Snake Conservation status
Least Concern
IUCN 3.1 Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Subphylum: Vertebrata
Class: Reptilia
Order: Squamata
Family: Colubridae
Subfamily: Xenodontinae
Genus: Heterodon
Species: H. platirhinos
Binomial name
Heterodon platirhinos Latreille In Sonnini Synonyms
  • Heterodon platirhinos - Latreille, 1801 Heterodon platyrhinos Heterodon platyrhinus Heterodon niger Coluber heterodon - Daudin, 1803 Heterodon browni - Stejneger, 1903 Heterodon contortrix - Allen, 1932 Heterodon contortrix - Burt, 1935 Heterodon contortrix - Grant, 1937 Heterodon contortrix browni - Carr, 1940 Heterodon platirhinos Heterodon platirhinos - Crother, 2000 Heterodon platyrhinos - Purser, 2003
Common names: eastern hog-nosed snake, spreading adder, hog-nosed snake, more
The Eastern Hognose Snake Heterodon platirhinos ) is a harmless colubrid species found in North America . No subspecies are currently recognized.
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18. Common Adder (Vipera Berus): A True Viper Common In Europe
The Common Adder is a True Viper Common in Europe and has a short temper and may strike without warning.
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Common Adders are venomous snakes, small but true Vipers , very common throughout much of Europe, Vipera berus Common Adder
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The Common Adder prefers wooded terrain, grassy fields, and rocky cliff slopes. Known to frequent farms and cultivated fields, this snake presents the most danger actually to people walking pets. More pets are the victims of Common Adder envenomation every year than humans. The Common Adder hibernates like a Grizzly Bear and, also many other reptiles, returning to the same den or lair year after year to winter-over this terrain. Most pet fatalities result in the Spring and many veterinarians attribute this to the high concentration of potent Hemotoxic venom accumulated in the snake's venom glands during the hibernation period. Statistics show most recorded

19. Death Adder Snake Venoms And Snakebites
Genus Acanthophis. This is a brief overview of information on Australian death adder snakes, based on information on the main Clinical Toxinology Resources Website.
Australian Death Adder Snakes Genus Acanthophis This is a brief overview of information on Australian death adder snakes, based on information on the main Clinical Toxinology Resources Website. For more detail and up-to-date information on death adder snakes, covered at species level, visit and search for "snakebite" in the First Aid menu, or search for specific information on death adder snakes in the Snakes - Search menu, using either "death adder" in the common name field or select "Acanthophis" in the Genus field. The information on this page will not be regularly updated, because regular updated information can be obtained from the main toxinology website, listed above. Taxonomy of death adders Species listing for death adders: Common death adder, Acanthophis antarcticus Desert death adder, Acanthophis pyrrhus Northern death adder, Acanthophis praelongus Pilbara death adder, Acanthophis wellsii For more detailed information on death adders, including distribution maps and photos, use the Clinical Toxinology Resources Website at

20. Types Of Snakes With Pictures
'Snakes' name itself gives most people shudders! Know more about different types of snakes along with some amazing snakes pictures. Types of Snakes with Pictures.
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'Snakes' - the name itself gives most people the shudders! Know more about different types of snakes along with some amazing snakes pictures. Snakes symbolized peace in Roman myths and Mexican myths attributed totality of heaven and earth to them. However, according to the Old Testament, snake (also known as serpent) symbolized the tempter 'Satan' and a Greek myth says that the serpent is a figure of evil.
are basically venomous or non-venomous and these 'cold-blooded crawlers' are among the most fascinating creatures that have been known to exist on the Earth. A brief description of the various types of snakes has been provided below along with some 'eye-catching' snakes pictures.
Different Types Of Snakes
As mentioned earlier, there are basically two kinds of snakes; venomous and non-venomous. Venomous snakes fall in four sub-categories, viz. elapidae, viperidae, colubridae, hydrophiidae. And non-venomous snakes include the family of boidae and other snakes. Let's understand each of these types in greater detail.
Elapidae (elapids)
The most venomous species of snakes known to man fall in this group and they prevail in tropical and sub-tropical regions around the world. They are known to bear a set of hollow fangs which are used to inject neurotoxic venom, which directly attacks the nervous system of the prey. There are a very few who survive the bite of a snake belonging to the elapids. The black mamba heads the list of the

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